Like brushing your teeth or taking your vitamins, maintaining regularly communicative mentoring relationships is key to a healthy, happy lifestyle. Also like brushing, keeping these relationships going can sometimes be hard work, but we guarantee that they're worth it - when you look back on your successful career, you'll thank the mentors who helped you along the way! Read more here.
Does your company emphasize leadership programs as a key to success? We suggest exploring establishing a robust mentorship program as well - the experience of mentoring another aspiring entrepreneur or employee develops real-time leadership skills, business acumen, and investment in the company. Read more as to how mentoring practices in your company can build on key leadership skills.
We're not the only people excited about mentoring! In this vignette on Humans of New York (HONY), we show that mentoring is a well-established concept widely-accepted by storytellers, school principals, and even the President of the United States! Read more about how HONY highlights the need for mentorship.
True organizational change can be slow to come around, but in this fast-paced world, it's critically important to the sustenance of your organization. Support growth in every avenue of your company by implementing group mentoring as an opportunity for active engagement, quick feedback, and creative new solutions. Read on for some easy tips!
Group mentoring isn't as foreign a subject as you might think, but yet it's sadly under-appreciated in our global society. By focusing on identifying concerns and improving skills, senior employees can quickly address and adjust their strategies to best adapt for their teams' specific needs. Learn more about group mentoring here!
Wihtout a doubt, time and trust are the two most important pillars of a successful mentorship. However, when questioned, many potential mentors have indicated that they lack the time to properly maintain a relationship. Without time, trust is difficult to foster, and mentorship becomes less effective. Find out how to make the most of your mentorships by making time and building trust!